Course Outlines / Syllabi


Spring 2014
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy (Donohoe)
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy (McNeil)
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy (Rancher)
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy (Senecal)
PHIL 2010: Introduction to Philosophy (Wolfe)
     sec.04 (TR 2-3:20pm)
     sec.05 (TR 3:30-4:50pm)
PHIL 2020: Critical Thinking (Rancher)
PHIL 2020: Critical Thinking (Riker)
PHIL 2020: Critical Thinking (Tietjen)
     sec.04 (TR 9:30-10:50am)
     sec.05 (TR 11am-12:20pm)
PHIL 2020: Critical Thinking (Wolfe)
     sec.02 (MW 2-3:20pm)
     sec.03 (MW 3:30-4:50pm)
PHIL 2030: Introduction to Ethics (Lane)
PHIL 2130: Introduction to World Religions (Kellison)
PHIL 3110: Modern Philosophy (Riker)
PHIL 3160 / ENGL 3160: Philosophy in Literature and Film (Donohoe)
PHIL 4120: Professional Ethics (Riker)
PHIL 4130: Feminist Philosophy (Kellison)
PHIL 4160: Symbolic Logic (Lane)
PHIL 4230: Philosophy of Religion (Tietjen)
PHIL 4385: Special Topics: Ethics, Religion and War (Kellison)

Fall 2013
PHIL 3100: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (Wolfe)
PHIL 3140: Existentialism (Donohoe)
PHIL 3205: Religious Texts (Kellison)
PHIL 4110: Philosophy of Law (Riker)
PHIL 4220: Hermeneutics (Donohoe)
PHIL 4300: Senior Seminar (Lane)

Spring 2013
PHIL 3120: American Philosophy (Lane)
PHIL 3220: Christian Thought (Tietjen)
PHIL 4115: Political Philosophy (Riker)

Fall 2012
PHIL 4100: Phenomenology (Donohoe)
PHIL 4150: Analytic Philosophy (Lane)
PHIL 4300: Senior Seminar (Donohoe)

Spring 2012
PHIL 4240: Philosophy of Friendship and Love (Donohoe)

Fall 2011
PHIL 4300: Senior Seminar (Riker)







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